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Retain iNotes GUI option for browser users

I've heard that Verse is going to replace iNotes.  If so, please find some way to retain the iNotes (Note-Like) GUI.  One of the best things is having the iNotes experience very similar to a Notes Client experience when it comes to mail from the full client to browser.  Retiring iNotes in the future places additional support/training burdens on corporate sites where user adaptation of the new GUI may not be as smooth as desired.  NOTE:  I'm entering this based upon an understanding that iNotes is going away in entirety. 

  • Guest
  • Jan 15 2019
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  • Guest commented
    23 May, 2019 03:04pm

    @Drew Birnbaum - if the iNotes gui is to go away, then seemingly we're saying that a Notes Std. GUI is going  away to eventually be replaced by Verse look/feel? 

  • Guest commented
    23 Apr, 2019 01:57pm

    For now the thinking is for the iNotes gui to go away.  Having so many interfaces just isn't popular with IT and creates a significant upgrade / updating burden, not to mention support.  I think we'd like to do a limited number of clients extremely well rather than trying to be all things to all people.  Hope this makes some amount of sense :-)

  • Guest commented
    18 Jan, 2019 03:21pm

    I'm in agreement from your perspective, however I also must add that not all corporate environments are going to embrace the look of Verse.  My reference is more of a parity/training for larger corporate environments.  If the planned retirement of iNotes GUI is along with the concurrent release of a radically new and improved Client UI, both in parity, then that solves the challenge as well (outside of end user shock and awe).

  • Guest commented
    15 Jan, 2019 10:00pm

    I could support this if I didn't think that the Notes GUI itself will be changing. At that point, an iNotes that looks like the former Notes GUI would not have as much value.